We provide a range of medical and ancillary services for students and staff of the University, including:
- GP clinics at the Gold Coast and Nathan campuses
- emergency and first aid treatment
- psychiatric services
- routine pap smears
- sexual health advice including testing and treatment
- immunisations, overseas travel vaccinations and advice
- referrals for x-rays, specialist treatment and ultrasounds
- ECG recording
- pregnancy testing and shared care
- ancillary health services including psychiatry and mental health consultations.
Need help with your immunisation records? We can help you work out what vaccinations you've had and what you need to have.
Students with Medicare and Allianz OSHC are bulk-billed. Serology tests are conducted on site and vaccines are available (fees apply).
Make sure you bring all immunisation records to your appointment. These include immunisation history or baby book records, travel vaccination booklets and previous serology test results.
Accessing vaccination records
If you have been vaccinated in the past (for example in school) but do not have records, you may be able to access records through:
- Create your own Medicare online account via myGov.au
Australian Immunisation Register (AIR)
- If born before January 1996 contact AIR: 1800 653 809
- Baby Book
- Vaccine history from GP
Public Health Units
Australian Capital Territory: 02 6205 2086
New South Wales:1300 066 055
Victoria:1300 882 008
South Australia:1300 232 272
Western Australia: 08 9321 1312
Northern Territory - Top End: 08 8922 8315 Central Australia: 08 8951 6929
Tasmania:1800 671 738
Management of your personal health information
Your medical records are confidential. Health and Medical Services collects, stores and uses personal information only for the purposes of discharging its responsibilities (including duty of care) to students, staff and clients.
The information collected will not be disclosed to third parties without consent, except to meet government, legal or other regulatory authority requirements.
To obtain your results, please make an appointment to see the doctor or nurse. For confidentiality, results can't be given over the telephone.
Recalls and reminders
The Health Service has a recall and reminder service available. If you do not want to be on the recall and reminder system, please notify the Health Service staff.
If you have a concern, we'd like to hear about it. Please feel free to talk to your doctor, nurse or student services officer. We take all concerns, suggestions and complaints seriously.
If you wish to take the matter further and feel you need to discuss the matter outside the surgery, there are several options available. You can discuss the matter with the Student Services director, or refer the issue to the Medical Board of Queensland, the Australian Medical Association of Queensland or the Office of the Health Ombudsman.
Phone calls to doctors
Doctors will only take phone calls during a consultation if this has been pre-arranged, or in an emergency. Otherwise, a nurse will take the call and relay the information to the doctor when they are available.